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Günther HÖRMANDINGER European Commission DG Environment, focusing on pollutant emissions from on-road vehicles (Euro-5 and Euro-6 standards)

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1976-1981 High School for mechanical engineering (HTL), Linz, Austria
1981-1988 Study of technical physics, Technical University Vienna
1988-1991 PhD in theoretical solid-state physics, Technical University Vienna
1991-1994 Post-doctoral researcher in theoretical surface physics, Imperial College physics department, London
1994-1995 MSc course in environmental technology, option energy policy, Imperial College Centre for Environmental Technology (ICCET), London (focusing on fuel cells and hydrogen)
1995-1997 Independent consultant on environmental aspects of energy and transport, London, focusing on the environmental analysis of fuel cells for transport, alternative fuels, new mobility concepts
1997-1998 European Commission, DG XVII (Energy), dealing with trans-European energy networks
 Since 2004 European Commission DG Environment, focusing on pollutant emissions from on-road vehicles (Euro-5 and Euro-6 standards)
1998-2004 European Commission DG Environment, covering environmental impacts of transport and coordinating the team dealing with this topic